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Troupe To Be One of Features Brothers ,Circus When It Shows Town Turf Club Grounds May 7 above are the Hungar- advance as the sponsor .will re- Sensational acrobats, ceive 50% of all advance sales. -~atured performers in Tickets are now on sale by the fol NEWS HAPPENINGS IN KAB ETOWN By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20.F.024 Shenandoah Downs Race Corp. has a ~leet of :trucks transporting sand from ~tabe farm owned by Mrs. H~be Dick formerly known as Vhe DaHey farm ,to the race track near Charles Town. Several thousand tons o~f sand are need- ed. Howard 'Speaks con~t~actor of Leesburg, Va. in in charge h~v- ing the tracks operwtlng day and night. The evergng worship service held Sunday n~ght, April 19 was well attended. Members of the M. Y. F. presented the devotions which were followed by ,the ser- mon delivered by Hey. S. F. But- cher. This sermon which was well delivered received many favorable remarks. Sunday school will be on day- light saving ,time beginning April 2Gth at l0 o'clock. It is encouraging to note in a local paper that "IAtterbu,gging" is being given proper attention by State P~llce who are ~ntensifying action to curtail this 11'legal prac- Circus, which low~ng Jaycee members: Bill An- t~ce. It is very careless and .un- at the C,harles Town ders, John Bartlett, Bob Butler, civic minded to dump trash, de- Thursday, May Norman Campbell, Paul Cain, bris leave tree trimmings ~dong the Jefferson Coun Dan Dopson, Howard Demory, public .roads, streams and other Afternoon and night. Benny Dorsey, Junior Ennis, Shir bod~,'es of water. T~Js report also be held. I ley Hun.t, Connie Hammann, Dick states one .person has already been s proceeds will 'Harmison. AI Hooper, Dick Hart, to the Jaycee Haven Bill Kline, Norman Kisner, A1 Part of the campaign Kibler, Chuck Kisner, Lawrence debt from the Child- Kershner, Fred Longerbeam, Bill Jaycee officials urge Mercer, Howard Nuse, Donald No- Purchase tickets in land, Charles Nieodemus, Roger Ferry, Paul Propps, Bill Pringle, on 4 Gels. OWERS PAPER STORE TOWN, W. VA. 486 and May 7- 2t. Bill Perry. Bill Retch, Buddy Stone, Bud Smoot, Joe Staley, Guy Tuck er, Bobby Via, George Vickers. Tickets are also available at the Chevrolet Garage, Magaha's Grocery, and the Potomac Light and Power office in Charles Town; Cavalier's Esso Station ,and Reed's Drug Store in Harpers Ferry; Glassford's Store in Summi,t Point and the Register Office in Shep- herdstown. This Week's Jobs In Your Garden Now is the time to seed more leaf lettuce and radishes to insure a continental supply for your tab- le, Carl Hardin, acting Ex~tension special,is.t in vegetable gardening said this week. Other garden jobs Ior this week were listed by Har- din as follows: Catch ,those young weeds that are starting to ,grow. Don't let them become a "problem" in your garden. Check your spraying and dust- ing equ~oment. Make sure It is ready "to go" as soon as the in- sects .and diseases are. tlE arrested and or'her cases are being investigated. A new state law, which varries a fine up to $300 prohibits dumping wi.thin 300 feet of roads and wa.ters. Rev. Butcher announces an in- stallation service of the officers of ~he vahurCh school will be held Sunday night, May 17th. The local W. S. C. ~. will meet Wednesday night May 6t~h at the home of Mrs. Charles Adams of near l~i,ppon. There wil,l be Baptism of In- fan,ts on Sunday, [May 3rd at the morning worshi~p service. An in- vitation is e~tended to parents in~erested in this service. Mr. and Mrs. Roy H.arris Jr. ac companied her parenCs Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Welsh and son Pres- ton to Rochester, N. Y. over the weekend to visit the latters son Mr. Spencer ;Welsrh and family. Mr. John Foster and his as- sistants from nearby MarFland have been employed .by Mrs. Hebe Dick of The Rocks to shear some 300 sheep on Hawthorne Dale and The Dailey Farms. While in the neighborhood Mr. Foster, a former resident of this community ca~lled on Mr. ,and 'Mrs. Joshua Cll~pp of Avon Dale Farm. Dennis Glulze, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Glaize 'left Wednesday, April 15 immediately following his physical examination in Bal,himore, Md. for Parris Is- land .where he will serve his ~welve weeks of ,basic training in ~he U. S. Marines. Bucky was graduated from ,the Charles Town High School in 1948 and attended the first semester in Shepherd CoLllege. 'Miss Linda ~Hooe of Charles Town was an overnight guest on school triend Mrs. Edith Hunter who has spent .the 'past week with her son in-taw ,and daughter Mr. and Mrs. are pleased to announce that MR. EDWARD JOHNSON with Our Sales Staff again. USED OR NEW CAR NEEDS. to talk with you. See him for He will be Him at 2991 Shepherdstown. 212 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TAYLOR COUNTY Home of Mother's Day Founder to memorialize Mother on a world-wide County's Anna Jarvis accomplished on a SCale. It was this native of Grafton, Taylor's county "Mother's Day", and its Andrews Metho- where "Mother's Day" was first obscrved, still NOTICE! To EUie W. Page Keith You will bake notice that W. P. Fleming, l~e purchaser of the fol- lowing real estwte, Lot 29 ~n Block 100 fronting 25 let on Marshall Street and extending back a uni- form width 125 feet located in Hanson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, which was returned de- linquent in the name of E. M. Page, and was sold by the sheriff of JeffersOn' Couny wt ~he sale for delinquent taxes made on ~he 9th day of December, 1957, has requested that' you ,be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of June, 1959, as pro vided ,by law, unless before thwt day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, May ,thirty-first, ~lll be as ,follows: Amount .paid sheriff ~t sale, with interest to May 31, 1959 $4.76 Amount of ,taxes paid on the ,property, since the sale, wi$h . interest to May 31, 1959 $3.09 Amount paid for survey and report $1.25 Amount paid for 9reparation of list of those to be served, ,and for prepaxation and service of the Ttotice $16.00 Total $25.10 You may redeem a any bime be .fore May thirty-~irs't ,by ~aying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this l~th day of ~VIarch, 1959. EMILY A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court of Jeffersan County W. Va. April 9-3To byis the famous 18-million,dollar Tygart Reservoir enormous Federal project completed in 1937 to con- ktnruly Tygart and Monongahela xivers. Its 3,860- adjacent scenic spots provide excellent recrea- ly, Taylor County was a strategic troop area in Economically, it is a county of forests and farms, underlaid with rich deposits of coal, oil rail center has aided tremendously in its County and throughout We~t Virginia, the Foundation works constantly to a~ure of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly eond]- elieving that strict law enforcement serves the of the people, the Foundation stre~se~ with the Armed Force~, law enforee- governing officials in ira continuin4g "~lf. progran~ For furniture, kitchens, baths, wood. work... Tough and durable.., colorful ... stays bright fo~ years! Odorless... ~xtra-~shable ! 1 EOPLES SUI PLY PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. United States Breu~r$ Foundation WEST VIRGINIA D|VISION 603 Kaa.n#ha Valley |klS,~ Charle~tan, W, Va. I Homer Newcomer returned %o her home in Lee~burg, Va. on Monday. Mrs. M'~ude R. Cllpp is on a vls i.t with her son and daugh~r-tn- 1,~w tlVlr, and lVlrs. Boyd R. Clipp of Washington, D. C. Miss Sandra Fay Johnson, dau ~h, ter of Mrs. Freda Johnson of Boyle, Va..and Mr. Abner I. John son of Suffolk, Va. has been 8~ward ed a scholarship us announced by Mrs. Carlyle Hoffman, ch~lr- man of the Educational Depart- ment of Clarke County Woman's, Club, to ,the Nurses Training School of the Winchester Memor- ial Hospi.taL This is ,the second year ~his ~ward has been given as last year's award went to Miss Barbara Ohi~ds of Clarke County. Sandra has been quite ,active in Vhe Clarke County High School where she is a senior academic student. She has participated as secretary of the Sen4or Class president of the Dramatic Club secretary of the Diversified Oc- cupational Club, assistar~t Librar- ian and a member of the Better Society. She is a member of .the Boyce B~ptist Church where she is a.ctive in .the music depa~men.t Sand:ra is a granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Johnson. Mrs. Clarence ~tinghass accom- panied by Mrs. George Mickey of Byrd's Orchard visited one after- noon recently Mrs. Joseph Mercer. Ray. Henry H. Smith Jr. of Buchunon, Va. spent the weekend wi~h his ~amlly Mrs. Smith and two sons who are remaining wl~h her mother Mrs. Elmer Roderick for an extended visit. Pvt. Robert Whittington With Infantry in Germany Wildflecken, Germany (AH- TNC)-Army l~t. R~be~t L. W~l,t- tirtg~on, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whittington, 103 Kentuc- ky Ave., ~V~artinsburg, W. Va. re- cently arrived in Germany and is now a member of ~he 50th Infan try-" rifleman In the i~antry's Company D in W'lld~lecken, Whit- tington entered tlm Army last July and completed basic Craning at Fort Jackson, S. C. He at%ended Martlnsburg I-Ltgh 'School. NOTICE ! To George A. Stolze You will take notice tha/~ W. P. Fleming, the purchaser of She for lowing real ~, I.x>t 15 in Block 132 fronting 30 ,feet on Lee 84;reef and extending back a uniform wid ~h 125 feet; Lot 5 in Block 160 fronting 30 'leer on Park Aven~e and extending back ~t uniform wid ~h 125 feet ~Ioca~ed tn R~n~on, Jefferson County, West Virginia, which was returned delinquen~ in ~he name of George A. Stolze, and was sold by ~A~e sheriff of- Jeffer- son County at ~he sale ~for delin- quent taxes made on ,the 9th day of December, 1957, has requested that you be noblfled ~hat a deed for such real esta~ will ,be ,made ,to him on or after khe first day of June, 1959, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The ~mour~t you will have to 'I~Y to redeem on the last day, 'May ~bl~rty-Lflr~, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff a~ sale wi~h Ir~terest ?~o May 31, 1959 $ 5.11 Amount of ~mxes paid on the property, sirtce the sa~e, with interest to May 31, 1959 $ 3.71 Amount ,paid for survey and report $ 1.25 Amount petd for preparation of list of ,those to be served, and for preparation ~nd service of the no~ice$81.00 Totals $41.07 You may redeem a~ any time before May thirty~first by ~a~Ing e0he ,above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 16~h day of 1~,arch, 1959. EMILY A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court of Jefferso~ County W. Va. April 9-3.'1"- NOTICE: To Robert Mosby Burton, Geo- rge Ross Burton,' Mary S. IL~- kell Finlayson, Sue ,Sharp Sp&ld- ing, Robert Mosby Sharp, Alice Duncan Sharp Monta~ue, H. W. Willis. You will take notice ~t~t W. P. ~leming, ~he ~urohaser of ~/he fol lowing real estate, Lot 1 in Block 105 fronting 25 fee on Buchanan ~treet and e~tending ,back a uni- form width 125 feet loc~ted in I~anson, Jefferson County, West ' Vtrg~nla, which was returned de* ~tnquent in the name of Mary HII leary Estaf~e. and was sold by ,the ~heriff of Jefferson County at the sele for delinquen taxes m~de on ,the 9th day of December, 1957. has requested .theft you be notified t~at a deed for such real estate will be made o him on or af,ter ~-e ,first day of June, 1959, as provided by l~w, unless before @nat day you redeem such real estate..The a- auoun% you will have to pay .to re- deem on the last day, May ,thirty- first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff *at sale, ~l,th interest to May 31, 1959 $4,10 Amount of ,taxes paid on ~he property, since the ~le, wlth ~interest to May 31, 1959 $2.43 A~nount paid for survey and r~port $1.25 Amount paid :for ~preparatton of ~ist of those to be served and for preparaion and service of the ~otlce $1&25 Total $24.03 You may redeem ~t ,ar~y time before May .thirty-first by paying *he above ~al le~ any unearned ! interesk Given under my h~nd this l~h day of March,. 1959. EM:I~Y A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r ,'t s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1959 7--B O No Ventingl No Plumbingl Makes l eat selection as easy as turning a diall No more guess- work--no more costly mistakes. hit dial the fabric--any fabric-- and get the flqht drylnq heat automaticallyI New Controlled Automatic Drying dial the fabric and walk away. Dryer keeps meaguring moisture left in clothes--shuts it- self off when clothes are "just- right" dry. No overdrying--no underdrying. IV;Oeti DCI- 511 iI Wash and Wear fabrics to dry? Just dial "Wash arid:Wear" and dial the wrinkles awayl Shirts: suits, dresses -- they'll come out ready to put on and wear. Saves you hours of ironing .- ends drip and mess of line drying. Even smooths away "wear" wrinkles in mussed clothesl Press-Toe Safety Door--opens from inside, too. 'e Basket-High Door Opening--for easy, either-side loading. Ozone Lamp-brings sunshine freshness to clothes dried indoors. 10-minute "No Heat" coolin9 period in every cycle; or entire "No Heat" cycle for fresh-fluffing clothes; "dusting" draperies. Automatic Interior Light. Rust-Resistant Porcelain Enamel finish -- inside and out. Choice of Mayfair Pink, Charcoal Gray, Tur- quoise, Sunny Yellow, Aztec Copper, or Snow- crest White exteflor--sold by Frigidaire at no ex- coal Smooth, One-Piece Worktable Top. Easy-View Lighted Control Panel. Handy Drying Tips inside door. Fibrous Glass Cabinet Insulation. Automatic Reset Motor Protector. Door Safety Switch--Motor, Drum and Heat Cut- off. Sealed and Shielded Radiantube Heating Unit. Automatic Temperature Safety Switch. Frigidaire 1-Year Warranty on entire dryer. Portability Kit---optional at slight extra cost. BUILT AND BACKED GENERAL MOTORS USE OUR OWN EASY-PAY TRADE.INS CHARLES TOWN -- SHEPHERDSTOWN -- MARTINSBURG II .... i ! i )i 'il i :!